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Car Restrictions in Cuba

An article in the New York Times on Sunday Novemeber 6th, outlined the difficulties faced by car owners in Cuba.
A law was recently lifted that restricted the sales of cars between members of the public. They were previously unable to buy and sell cars without following stringent rules and regulations. Now that these laws have been lifted, some members of the public, with salaries as little as $15 a month are able to sell beater cars for up to $5,000.

I feel that lifting this law is a step in the right direction for how the regulations with respect to cars should be in Cuba. There are still unreasonable regulations pertaining to the import and export of cars but with a positive move forward like this, it is possible that these laws would be revised in the future.


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